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Trust Exercise Symbols & Objects

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Sarah’s Novel

Sarah’s novel symbolizes the use of art to process and narrativize one’s own life. By heavily basing her novel on events from her own teenage years, Sarah uses her fiction writing as a means of recontextualizing her own experiences. The potential collateral damage is that she is also appropriating real people and turning them into characters to serve her art.

Sarah’s Relationships

Sarah’s romantic and sexual relationships symbolize the tension between romantic connections and the hazards therein. Sarah is heartbroken after David breaks up with her, and she finds her relationship with Liam to be a poor substitute. Moreover, she has increased emotional sensitivity because she is a teenager, and this sensitivity thereby augments her emotional highs and lows.

Total Recall

Karen’s total recall symbolizes the use of emotional and memory in forming one’s own identity. Karen has...

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